By:Zach and Thomas
When to use commas 1-6
1)When linking two independent clauses with a conjunction.
Ex:I'd like to go to six flags, but it's my day to clean the bathroom.
2)When separating two phrases that don't need to be there.
Ex:My pug, Morton, is lazy.
3)When you addressing someone in particular.
Ex:Thomas, get over here.
4)When making a list.
Ex:I need milk, eggs, and cheese when I go shopping.
5)When you have more than one adjective describing a noun.
Ex:The great, brilliant, hilarious, Shmoop.
6)After making an introductory clause.
Ex:Smoop's remodels are their parents, Steve jobs, and Rhianna.